Liplining and blending plus…
One of the greatest things I ever did for myself was enhance my own full lips with cosmetic tattoo. What an extraordinary difference in what had been a nice but unremarkable mouth because of lack of colour. I remember my father saying to me as a child when I was already interested in lipstick, “it makes your lips lose it’s colour”. Of course I know that not to be true and probably didn’t believe it then, but what I did know was that most women look particularly ordinary without a blush of colour on their mouths. It is a common observation when one has barely stepped into the teens. Somewhere along the way to and from adulthood, and certainly during and after menopause; there is a noticeable change in the colour, texture and shape of the mouth.
My client recently had her lips outlined and colour blended to balance and enhance what proved to be her best facial feature. The colour chosen is very natural and perfect for those who have scars or who need more of what they have. It blends with the natural skin and becomes part of you. In this particular case the result gave such an improvement that Jade could not wait to have the rest of the mouth cosmetically tattooed. Having already had her full tattooed eyeliner finished, which gave her an elegance she had not seen before – Jade said the lips made her almost “too pretty”. This comment was said out of sheer supprise when the implanted pigment healed after a few days.
The beauty of a natural lip colour enhancement is that one may just ‘be’ with it. It is an improvement on the natural lip in many of the various ways that one would want it. The vermilion line is the first to look worn and uneven with almost a ‘bleached’ look, and this can happen at any age. We first ask you to draw your own desired lipline and we take a look at your favourite gloss or lipstick shades. Often ladies are not entirely sure what they want and will say “I want them like yours”. This may not be realistic as every lip structure and colour is different. The most natural lipline and blend, and full lip colour is ideal, certainly to start with, and gives a gentle but magnificent enhancement to the shape and colour of the mouth. Having said that, there are many beautiful shades.
Do have a look at previous blogs on lip makeup tattoo, and/or come in for a free consultation.
Chat with us about lip lining, blend and full tattoo makeup for lips and be ready for summer!
Looking forward to hearing from you,